Connecting to Exchange Online with PowerShell

Really quick one for y’all today. Working with Intune, I’ve found myself becoming a bit of an Exchange SME. Blocking email, authentication types, EAS vs EWS, the list goes on. Anyway, I find myself having to query Exchange Online configuration all the time. Here’s a three line PowerShell script that will connect you to your… Read more

PowerShell to query Intune Health Dashboard

A couple of months ago, we moved the Intune health status data from the http://status.manage.microsoft.com dashboard into the Office 365 Health Dashboard. We believe the experience is much better, having health information targeted at your tenants region and wrapped up into the overall Office 365 portal. It also means we can use the Microsoft Online… Read more

Intune MAM Without Enrollment

At Ignite Australia 2015, I was very proud to be one of the first publically demonstrating the Intune MAM without enrollment features, announced by Satya in November. The Intune MAM without enrollment features allow organizations to protect their Office apps on iOS and Android without the need to enroll their devices in Intune MDM. This… Read more

Microsoft Intune Co-existence with MDM for Office 365

In mid-November 2015, we released a service update to Microsoft Intune. It was a massive update for us, and included a huge amount of new features. You can view the announcement post here. One of the features announced has gone a little under the radar, and that’s co-existence with MDM for Office 365 You can… Read more

Script to remind Office 365 users to enrol their device to InTune

When I have a little downtime (which isn’t often!), I like to sit around and think of cool things I can automate using PowerShell. I have a .txt file that I put all these ideas into and every now and then have a crack at solving one. Just recently I was playing around with Office… Read more